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... Any time you turn a corner, there are people who have decided that it is time for breakfast, dinner, tea, elevenses, twoses, fourses, eight thirty sevenses...there is no time during any part of the day when there is no-one eating. And, quite frankly, with this food, who can blame them? We are blessed with one stomach. This is clearly an oversight or just lazy design and clearly failed to anticipate the creation of the hedonistic food heaven that ...
We are off to see a Nine Emperor Gods Temple.
It is the largest Chinese temple in Butterworth.
Much different than the Budhist temples in Thailand.
On the ninth month of the Chinese year they have a 9 day celebration.
this place is beautiful!
its entry hall ceiling is covered in Chinese lanterns.
Marble floors. Carved granite walls.
The doors ...
... totally ok with that. For three days following the hike we struggled to walk from the muscle pain.
Lauren had our post hike accommodation in mind and for 2 nights we chilled out the only way one should - at a mountain lodge with no WIFI, TV or DVDs. My 35th birthday was spent the way I like it these days – quietly. We had plenty of time to make new friends given there were no distractions. It was here that our new friend Nate from QLD introduced us to ...
... generally in the form of 20RM to avoid a fine, however the taxi man had a deal with the cops at the airport that he wouldn't get fined for parking in a bus zone if he bought them a pack of smokes a week. He then very proudly held up a pile of summons he had received - the pile at least 5cm high.
After allowing us to check in to the hotel he took us to Straits Quay which was supposed to have cheap, tasty meals, ...
... to the dog’s family’s home, and it took anywhere from 45 minutes to an 1.5 hours to get there (one-way), depending on the madness level of the traffic and the number of "jams." Furthermore, Dr Teoh is a very busy man and has many, many patients. The visiting vet also had to have a lot of patience as it was a long wait in the vet clinic lobby. They outlined the plan, cross-referenced their equipment check-list, and discussed timing. It was Thursday; the surgery would ...